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By Ethan Long | Comments: ( 558 ) | Date: ( Dec 13, 2019 )

Shoo, fly, shoo One little fly thinks he s getting a big bowl of hot soup all to himself Little does he know, interlopers wait around every corner Help him to count the unwelcome pals that join him for lunch one after another after another up to ten Who will get the last slurp of soup Does the ravenous chef have a chance against ten hungry flies Or will the sneaky spShoo, fly, shoo One little fly thinks he s getting a big bowl of hot soup all to himself Little does he know, interlopers wait around every corner Help him to count the unwelcome pals that join him for lunch one after another after another up to ten Who will get the last slurp of soup Does the ravenous chef have a chance against ten hungry flies Or will the sneaky spider hiding on every page be the one to triumph Bright colors, sly humor, and a fun seek and find element are all contained within the pages of a durable, kid friendly, paper over board format, making Soup for One a delectable picture book treat.


  • Title: Soup for One
  • Author: Ethan Long
  • ISBN: 9780762443543
  • Page: 472
  • Format: Hardcover

About Author:

Ethan Long

Ethan Long is a popular, award winning and internationally recognized children s book author and illustrator with over 70 children s books, a Theodor Seuss Geisel Award and an Emmy nominated television series to his credit Just about all of his awake time is spent writing stories, drawing pictures and spending time with his family Since graduating from Ringling College of Art and Design in 1991, Ethan has never stopped evolving, challenging his creative approach with each new project while constantly honing his instantly identifiable style Born and raised in Central Pennsylvania, his childhood memories serve as inspiration for many of his drawings and stories He currently lives with his wife and three children in beautiful Orlando, Florida, USA and flip flops seamlessly between being a world famous children s book author and a stay at home dad.



Comments Soup for One

  • Casandria

    The reader counts bugs as they find a waiting bowls of soup and join in a soup bath. It has a simple rhyme and a funny ending.Counting Numbers


  • Fiction State Of Mind

    Sometimes you just need a little children's book in your life . This is a sweet little story about a bug who happens upon an unattended bowl of soup. The little bug thinks he's hit the jackpot but soon he finds his bowl overcrowded with others looking to share his meal. Really cute read with a fun ending!This book fits #4 of Coyer Scavenger Hunt: read a book with something Red on it.


  • Amanda Alanis

    A little fly is flying around a bowl of soup. Suddenly others come to join. Others who want to eat some soup surround this little fly. There is also a hungry spider. Children can help him count all the pals that want some soup. Who will eat the soup? Will it be the spider or the hungry flies?


  • Pam

    Counting bookFly is enjoying a hot bowl of soup. He's joined by enough other flies to equal ten. Frog comes in and shoos them out so he can eat his soup. He then decides he wants dessert. While he chases the flies, spider enjoys - soup for one.


  • Diane

    One fly tries to discourage the others from joining him in a bowl of soup. Keep your eye on the spider.


  • Heidi-Marie

    This would be a fun book in a bug-themed storytime for both toddler and preschool. Could definitely make a cute feltboard story from it. And there is the counting aspect to include. All along I thought the spider was going to eat the bugs, so that ending was a twist for me. 10/7/13: This was perfect in Movement storytime. I had them looking for the spider on each page and counting the bugs with me. Went very well.


  • Angie

    Fly finds an unattended bowl of soup and dives in. But he is soon joined by his fellow flies and his time alone is gone. He laments each addition to the bowl until lizard comes to reclaim his soup. And guess who gets the soup in the end?So cute! Loved the expression on the fly's face each time he was joined by another. But I think the best was the spider lurking in the background.


  • Samantha

    A counting book about a fly that just wnats to enjoy a little soup solo. All sorts of insects fly into the soup bowl to share and when the lizard comes and swats the crowd away it is the spider who sneaks up that gets to enjoy the soup for one. Fun read aloud with art that combines illustrations with cut paper collage. I loved the texture the cut paper collage adds to the artwork.


  • Sandy Brehl

    Rhymed counting text uses a real bowl of tomato soup being used as a hot tub by a series of bug-eyed bugs, the first of whom is very unwelcoming of the rest. They take off when lizard arrives, eats the soup, then chases the bugs for dessert. That allows a lurking spider to consume the last of the "Soup for one". Fun. Rereadable. Essential concepts and solid rhymes.


  • Shallowreader VaVeros

    This is one of the best numbers picture books I have read. Count the flies as they disocer the soup they swim in through to be swatted off. Rhythmic and funny. This would make a great library storytime book.


  • Susan Erhardt

    Cute counting story. I read it at preschool storytime and the kids liked it. We did a craft with an empty soup bowl to color and a bunch of bugs to color, cut out and glue into the bowl. They loved that.


  • Brindi Michele

    Fly tries to dine on tomato soup but his pals soon join in. The illustrations are what make this picture book. To say I'm not a fan of spiders is an understatement, but the illustrations and facial expressions are great.cially the endpapers.


  • Paula

    A little fly who anticipates enjoying a big bowl of hot soup is unexpectedly joined by a sequence of interlopers who help themselves to his lunch one by one until their number reaches ten.


  • Shannon

    It's not often that I wind up liking the book more at the end than I did at the start, but this counting book featuring a recurring hungry spider was just that. Put up with it for the ending. :-P


  • Jennifer

    I am looking forward to using this for storytime someday! A fly is excited to have a bowl of soup all for himself until another bug joins in and another and another Very funny.


  • Sara

    This would be a fun one for finding the spider!


  • Vrena

    What a wonderful counting book! I love watching the spider through the pages.


  • Susan Foster

    Clever counting book--also good for a "bugs" theme.


  • Robyn

    Short, funny story with great illustrations! My 6 year old was laughing hysterically at the silly pictures and the spider on each page in particular!


  • Stefani

    Fun, simple counting and rhyming book.


  • Becca

    This is really cute - that spider surprised me!


  • Marissa Burkey

    Great concept book for toddlers or preschool. Counting to 10, with rhymes along the way!


  • Fran

    I love this book! You've got rhyme, counting, and it invites hunting for picture clues throughout.


  • Wendy Kuzma

    Cute rhymes. Great for toddler time.


  • Monica Williams

    Cute for those who like bugs.


  • Belle

    So cute! Practices counting to ten and has awesome illustrations.


  • Jennifer Hess

    Such a great counting book. I really loved the illustrations and the surprise at the end.


  • Amy

    Counting, bugs, and a lurking spider make this a great read-aloud. For my full review: sunlitpages/2013/


  • Mary

    Cute! Could be a good counting or bug book for toddler storytime.


  • Emma

    Counting storytime


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